High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The British LEO I
(Lyons Electronic Office I) was the first computer used for
commercial business applications. Designed by Oliver Standingford
and Raymond Thompson of J. Lyons and Co., and modelled closely on
the Cambridge EDSAC, LEO I ran its first business application in
1951. In 1954 Lyons formed LEO Computers Ltd to market LEO I and
its successors LEO II and LEO III to other companies. LEO Computers
eventually became part of English Electric Company (EELM) and then
International Computers Limited (ICL). LEO series computers were
still in use until 1981.
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